Wednesday, March 14, 2018

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30 comments:

  1. ...Saturday, our parade will be held in the snow!

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  2. Irish to the core! No mistaking this one!

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  3. 2.30 sharp. The only thing I understand Bill.

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  4. I recently discovered my great grandfather was from Cork, information I never imagined I’d have. My dream is to visit there for St. Patrick’s Day one year.

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  5. St. Patrick's Day is well celebrated here as well, as I said. Toronto becomes a green city for one day! : ))

    I have bought green scones in the past! But not green beer. : )

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  6. ours is saturday...it's a huge event downtown...it's really fun...lots of colorful people and green beer ;) a woman was talking on the news the other day who is from ireland and now lives here and said how we celebrate it a lot differently than you do in ireland...to us it's basically a drinking holiday and everyone is irish haha...i'm going to skip out this year though because it is supposed to be really cold and snowy and rainy!

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  7. Ni Irish in my family history, but I suppose I could be Irish for a day. I hope we are going to see pictures of the parade.

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  8. Big celebrations in Ireland Bill.. and most places I guess šŸ˜€

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  9. St. Patrick seems to be celebrated world-wide and it is one of my Grandsons birthday
    MB

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  10. Hello Bill.
    Everything is ready for the big celebrations in my beloved Ireland,for St Patrick’s Day!
    Lovely Irish sign! Enjoy your afternoon!
    Dimi...

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  11. So I've been told (apparently erroneously) that the irish don't do St. Paddy's and leprechauns or pot's o gold. Additionally, that my very favorite corned beef and cabbage is not commonly eaten in the greening country on the planet. Looks like I might have been steered wrong.

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  12. That is a very attractive sign. Love the lettering and the colors. Now, if only St. Patty makes an appearance.

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  13. A hundred thousand welcomes!

    We had ours on Saturday. I'll have a couple of posts on it Friday and Saturday.

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  14. Ha Bill hier hoeft verders niets bij toegevoegd worden, het bord zegt al genoeg.
    Groet Kees.

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  15. I bet it's an awesome parade. Hope the weather cooperates!

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  16. Looking forwards to nice photos of the parade. Thanx Bill.

    God bless.

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  17. I would love to see a St. Patrick's Day Parade in Ireland! That would be awesome!

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  18. I can well imagine that a few pints of Guinness will be quaffed that day!

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  19. St Paddy's - the day everyone becomes Irish!

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  20. Very nice photo Bill. With or without the sign.
    We are deep in the desert so no parade here. Although someone in the campground is cooking corn beef, cabbage and all the rest tomorrow, and we are invited.

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  21. I guess it's a very important day 'somewhere in Ireland!'

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  22. I am sure you had a very exciting weekend!!! Happy Belated St Patrick's Day!!

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